Gigi Hadid Shares Rare Look at Baby Khai’s Style at Five Months

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Gigi Hadid welcomed her first child with boyfriend Zayn Malik, baby girl Khai, back in September. The model has shared photos here and there of her daughter, opting to keep her face hidden for her child’s privacy. This morning, Gigi shared another new pic of Khai, giving a full look at her style at five months. “My big girl,” she captioned the shot of Khai from the back. Khai is dressed stylishly, of course, in a bear hoodie, star pants, and yellow socks.

gigi's baby khai at five months

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Gigi’s sister Bella Hadid spoke to Vogue about why Gigi has decided to keep Khai’s face off social media. “I think she wants to be real online, but until her child wants to be in the spotlight and can make the decision herself, she doesn’t want to put her in that position,” Bella said.

Gigi also got advice from Blake Lively about how to handle her child’s privacy. “I have friends who are public figures and that’s how they’ve gone about it, and I see their kids really blossom in a different way,” Gigi said, referring to Blake and Ryan Reynolds’ three daughters.

Blake spoke to Vogue about the conversation they had. “I told her you have to do what works for you,” she said. “Gigi has a really special relationship with her fans, and I love how open she is on social media. I love seeing into her world. I’m grateful for what she shares but also understand whatever boundaries she chooses to set.”

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